The story, which ran in August, is online here.
Just a quick note to let you know that I have a new story over at Covering Business, a Columbia Journalism School site.
The piece is called “How to Write About Shocks to the Tourism Industry.”
Two items to point out quickly:
- For a Wall Street Journal “House of the Day” feature, I wrote this item: A Phuket Villa on the Sea.
- I contributed a few tips on my favorite Bangkok and Chiang Mai restaurants for a Scene Asia story called Where to Eat in Southeast Asia: An Uncomprehensive Guide.
I have a story today over at The Wall Street Journal‘s Scene Asia blog about where to find good coffee in Thailand.
I have a story in the Christian Science Monitor about Thailand’s deep south. The headline is “Muslim insurgency in Thailand’s restive south heats up.”
Self-promotion: I had a story over at the Wall Street Journal‘s Scene Asia blog on Tuesday about Bangkok’s new Hansar Hotel. It’s called “No. 1, Naturally.”
Self-promotion: I have a story today at the WSJ‘s Scene Asia blog about new options for bread in the Thai capital. It’s called “Where to Carb-Load in Bangkok.”
I have a new story at GlobalPost. It’s called “Thailand: Is Yingluck a win for women’s rights?“
You can read it here.
I have five reviews in the recently published 2008 Forbes Traveler 400, a compendium of the world’s best hotels.
You can see my contributions here:
— Shangri-La Hotel (Bangkok)
And here’s the entire 2008 FT 400.